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Minnesota Pheasant Hunting News

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Story originally printed in the La Crosse Tribune or online at http://www.lacrossetribune.com JERRY DAVIS: Yellowstone Lake attracts pheasant hunters Bu JERRY DAVIS / Freelance outdoors writer BLANCHARDVILLE, Wis. — Wisconsin is neither Iowa nor ...

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Posted on Sun, Oct. 17, 2004 Hunters counting on pheasant population to rebound Associated Press MORRIS, Minn. - The ring-necked pheasant hunting season got underway for 90,000 Minnesota hunters, and those on the state's western edge hope the sca...

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Pheasant hunter nouveau Dennis Anderson, Star Tribune October 15, 2004 ANDY1015 Meet Nicholas Sovell, 25, one of 67,393 Minnesotans who by Wednesday had purchased a state pheasant stamp, a figure that could top 115,000 by tonight. About 21...

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Duck hunting is a family affair Read about a family that duck hunts together. Ted Anderson Herald-Review Last Updated: Saturday, October 09th, 2004 09:12:20 AM With the duck hunting season in full swing in Minnesota, a Grand Rapids family uses th...

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Minnesota Sportsman Magazine Minnesota's Pheasant Hunting Outlook Our state's pheasant population responded to good nesting conditions last year, and hunters who went afield did well. Don't be left out of the action this season. Photo by Roger...

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Stamp selection is ducky for local artist By Joe Kieser Sun Newspapers (Created 10/7/2004 9:11:56 AM) David Chapman’s latest creations literally received a stamp of approval. The Minnetonka resident’s painting of a white-winged Scoter was cho...

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Posted on Wed, Sep. 29, 2004 It's official: Minnesota the goose hunting capital of the world BY CHRIS NISKANEN Knight Ridder Newspapers ST. PAUL, Minn. - (KRT) - Randy Bartz began his career in insurance but left it to become an illusionist. B...

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DNR's pheasant harvest goal is 750,000 For The Journal Between 1931 and 1964, the average pheasant harvest in Minnesota was 1,046,000 roosters. Between 1965 and 1986, the yearly average had plummeted to 270,000. "That's an astounding change," said...

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DENNIS ANDERSON Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota hunters living outside the 11-county metropolitan area significantly outnumber those living within that urban perimeter, according to a Star Tribune analysis of state hunting-license holders...

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Minnesota Pheasant Counts Down From the Minnesota DNR Unseasonably cold, wet weather this spring caused Minnesota's pheasant counts to drop 47 percent from 2003, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Overall, the counts i...

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Posted on Sun, Sep. 05, 2004 Dove hunting spotty on opener BY CHRIS NISKANEN Outdoors Editor Minnesota's first mourning dove season in nearly 60 years began Wednesday with mixed reports of success from around the state. Most hunters reported ...

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Waterfowl hunting program scheduled (Created 8/5/2004 3:35:46 PM) The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and the Minnesota Waterfowl Association (MWA) are seeking youth between the ages of 12 and 16 to participate in a training course which wi...

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Special Youth Deer Hunting Opportunities Expanded Aug 5, 2004 5:24 pm US/Central St. Paul (AP) The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says special youth deer hunting opportunities are being expanded this fall because of the large deer herd i...

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DNR says duck hunting season to open early Publishing date: 08-02-2004 09:52 AM ST. PAUL (AP) _ This year's duck hunting season is opening a week earlier in Minnesota. The D-N-R says the decision to open the 60-day season on September 25th instead ...

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Minnesota's duck season will open on Sept. 25 and run for 60 days. Based on opinion surveys, hunters prefer that date rather than waiting until Oct. 2, the Department of Natural Resources said last week. The season will open at 9 a.m. instead of th...

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Gopher State Grouse Hunting It looks like another year of tough hunting for grouse in Minnesota, but that won't keep die-hard bird hunters at home! Photo by Ron Sinfelt By Tim Lesmeister Talk about contrast. On the first day of our annual gr...

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Posted on Sun, Jul. 04, 2004 Longer Minnesota pheasant season has its skeptics BY CHRIS NISKANEN Outdoors editor Minnesota's hen pheasant population won't be hurt by the state's newly extended rooster season, but not all the state's hunters and...

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Opinions Vary on Minnesota Waterfowl Hunting From the Minnesota DNR A large majority of Minnesota's waterfowl hunters are satisfied with their hunting experience, but nearly half wish they could harvest more ducks, according to a recently released s...

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Posted on Wed, Jul. 07, 2004 Associated Press The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has extended the state's pheasant season until Dec. 31 - two weeks longer than the previous end date. Ed Boggess, policy chief for the DNR's Fish and Wil...

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Fergus Falls, Minnesota Tuesday, June 29, 2004 Kotts hopeful about pheasants By Brian Hansel Pheasant numbers in west central Minnesota were on a definite rebound this spring. Many hens had already started laying their eggs when Mother Nature re...

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